Plus, both are among 15 biobased companies that made this year’s Cleantech 100 list, as selected by the Cleantech Group. We look at the honorees.
In Illinois, LanzaTech, a pioneer in waste-to-fuels and chemicals technology, announced that it has closed on $15 million in debt financing from Western Technology Investment (WTI), a private investment firm based in Silicon Valley. Earlier this year, LanzaTech closed a $55.8M Series C funding round led by Malaysian Life Sciences Capital Fund, bringing the total capital raised to date to more than $100 million.
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Avantium Technologies B.V.
Globespan Capital Partners
Joule Unlimited, Inc.
Malaysian Life Sciences Capital Fund
Mohr Davidow Ventures
PrairieGold Venture Partners
Western Technology Investment (WTI)